I'm a student at McGill University in Montreal, majoring in Psychology, minoring in Linguistics. For this term I’m doing a project on ... well, I wish I could tell you but that would ruin the purpose of my study. But I'll tell you later in case you're interested.
That's why I'm looking for English/German bilinguals* and German natives acquiring English as a second language.
I would very much appreciate (and give you lots of virtual cookies) if you could help me and go to the link below. The questionnaire should take only about 10 minutes and, well, you would help me a lot. :)
I could use anybody’s answers, the only exclusion criterion would be if you have academic knowledge about theoretical syntax (e.g. subjacency) that goes beyond an introductory level.
Thank you so much!
PS: If you’re worried about your privacy, you can just give me your nick- or some other fake name where it asks for your name. It's just that the Ethics Committee asks for a list of names... obviously they don't know your real names anyway.
* Bilingualism in my book means that you acquired both languages from an early age on (doesn't have to be at the same time) or are native speaker of, say, German living in an English environment or vice versa. Important is only that you are fluent in both languages.